This International Youth Day we want to recognise young people’s resilience in the face of this pandemic, how they’ve coped, how they’ve responded and how they keep adapting to uncertainty in their lives.
How can young people organise to deliver real social change? This is the question we asked ourselves, at our 7th Youth Power Solidarity Meetup with the Youth Power Panel on Wednesday the 29th July. We discussed youth movements, past and present, and how we could make our organising, empowering, effective and decentralised. It was a …
What does racism look like in different parts of the world and what can we do to fight against it? On Wednesday the 1st July, with two very special guests, Coumba Toure, movement coordinator from Africans Rising and Saye Joseph, advocacy manager from Black Youth Project 100, we gathered young people from around the world …
Restless Development responds to the merging of two government departments in the UK: The Department for International Development (DFID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Restless Development’s commitments to anti-racism.
New research project launched to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth civil society around the world.
Over 200 young and older activists from more than 40 countries joined our Youth Power Solidarity Call to share their experiences of COVID-19.
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are failing to take action against more than 9 in 10 posts containing misinformation about coronavirus which are reported to the platforms, according to new research
The UN Youth Envoy and ActionAid Denmark, supported by Restless Development and the Major Group of Children and Youth (MGCY), have launched a new working paper – ‘Believe in Better’.
Restless Development has closed its physical office in South Africa.